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Audit questions UAlbany leaves, sabbaticals

Comptroller’s office says college wasted more than $1 million

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The University at Albany wasted more than a $1 million in taxpayer money on questionable sabbaticals and paid leaves, according to an audit released Wednesday by state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. “UAlbany did not properly monitor sabbaticals of some employees and granted questionable leave for other employees, calling into question the benefit that taxpayers and the university have actually received from the use of paid leaves,” DiNapoli said in a news release. Over a four-year period ...


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